Something Loved

A multi-disciplined play incorporating storytelling and acting with the artistry and athleticism of elite figure skating, on inline wheels. This heartwarming story revolves around a grandmother and granddaughter, whose strained relationship is affected by personal memories, sparked by family heirlooms found in their attic.

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              Something Loved

              See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/something-loved/ for details.

              Location: Palace Theatre

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                Something Loved

                See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/something-loved/ for details.

                Location: Palace Theatre

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                Something Loved

                See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/something-loved/ for details.

                Location: Palace Theatre

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                    Something Loved

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/something-loved/ for details.

                    Location: Palace Theatre

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                    Something Loved

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/something-loved/ for details.

                    Location: Palace Theatre

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                    Something Loved

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2018/05/something-loved/ for details.

                    Location: Palace Theatre

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                  Location: Palace Theatre

                  13 thoughts on “Something Loved”

                  1. Dawn Price says:

                    Truly touching and unique show. Highly recommend seeing this!

                  2. Gordon says:

                    The play Somethig Loved is well written and the choreography is out of this world. The acting is very professional and the skating is awesome.
                    It is a must see, you will not be disappointed.
                    I saw it yesterday and was very satisfied.
                    I am a great fan of live playes, Gordon

                  3. Jerome Jones says:

                    Loaded with emotion and a wonderful message wrapped in a talented young group of performers.

                    Skating on stage? It was fantastic, a feast for the eyes. I don’t say this very often, but this is a DO NOT MISS show! London Fringe has done it again, bringing in fresh ideas and talented artists. Something Loved is something great.

                    Go see this show!

                  4. Shelley Carr
                    Reviewer
                    says:

                    This performance opens with the story of a grandmother reluctantly being forced to downsize into a retirement “condo”. As her granddaughter helps her pack, montages of her earlier life are shown through the exquisite footwork of dancing skaters. Although the lead ins to the dance sequences were slightly confusing, the story is strong. A lovely story with surprising ending.

                  5. Briar McBoyle says:

                    Such a powerful show. I didn’t want the skating to end. Everyone gave 100% energy and you could feel the emotions of each character. Awesome job everyone!

                  6. Leslie Avolese says:

                    Beautiful. A few sound issues near the end, but it didn’t stop the tears. Wonderful story with two powerful actresses that made me believe every word and the skaters/dancers were hypnotic. To move like they did on such a small stage was so amazing to watch. I may go see it again this week. Bring tissues. 5 out of 5 stars!

                  7. Tracey Robertson-Hanford says:

                    Lovely show! A very touching storyline enhanced by beautiful inline skating unlike anything you’ve seen before. A must see!

                  8. Emily says:

                    I just saw this show on Sunday. Most of the above reviews are pretty spot on. I wished that I read them before coming to the show so that I would have been prepared with a box of tissues! The story is absolutely lovely, and very relateable seeing as everyone’s parents, and grandparents get older and face these choices. The skating was beautiful and highly entertaining. A very imaginative way to help tell the story. I highly recommend this show!

                  9. C. Rutherford says:

                    I happened to catch the Sunday show. Warm and heartfelt story telling with a solid cast, and sublime inline dance choreography. Emotionally engaging with a light comedic touch, the writer does a good job of taking you onto a journey into the past/present of a family dynamic. Was rather surprised by this show, some nice talent…I highly recommend it.

                  10. A. Carvalho says:

                    A great show….it will make you laugh and it will make you cry….and it will make you think. Great acting, wonderful singing and the skating is beauty and grace in motion. This was my first time at a Fringe show and it was definitely worth it. If you can only see one Fringe show, go see Something Loved…and then call your grandma if you still have one..

                  11. Dylan Moscovitch & Sharon Fichman says:

                    GO SEE THIS SHOW and bring tissues! Glen Doyle’s writing is captivating and moving. Both heartfelt and beautifully delivered, this talented cast will undoubtably tug at your heartstrings. The impressive skating displayed by the skilled cast of skaters (choreographed by Roselle Doyle) is beautiful, entertaining and clever. 100% worth the drive from Toronto!!

                  12. Tim Bourgard says:

                    Wow! I was spellbound. This show is something special. Magic, I would say. There is a wonderful blend of tender exchanges between a grand mother and grand daughter, and amazing inline skating choreography. Such beauty! I knew from the start this was to be extraordinary. Silhouetted skaters, with flowing costumes, introduce this presentation with grace and beauty. The love between the two leads is palpable. Thank you so much for this joyous, show.

                  13. Mike Crabbe says:

                    What a lovely experience. The story telling was strong, the dancing was stunning, the warmth was real. I left wanting more! Congratulations to the cast and crew for pulling together an unforgettanke evening. I can’t wait to see more of your work!

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